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26-12-2020, 10:50
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How to Freeze Cupcakes
Cupcakes don't always have to be eaten right away. If you're willing to save some for later, and want them to last for a longer period of time, you can consider freezing the cupcakes. It's important to take caution when freezing cupcakes because there is a high change of the paper liners peeling off and the cupcakes becoming less moist, or even very dry and gummy on the top. Keep your
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25-12-2020, 16:20
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How to Pickle Peppers
It's the end of the world. All fresh food and crops have been destroyed. Don't you wish you had pickled some peppers to eat after the apocalypse? Stay alive with these steps.
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25-12-2020, 02:10
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How to Freeze Fresh Squash
If you have too much fresh squash to use and want to save some for later, why not freeze it? Winter and summer squash can both be blanched and frozen. Blanching protects the flavor, color, and even the nourishing vitamins of the squash. Winter squash can also be frozen raw and saved for baked goods or soup. So, whatever season you’re in, you can have a surplus of seasonal squash stored
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20-12-2020, 10:20
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How to Freeze Cilantro
Cilantro is a great herb to use in many Asian, Indian, Mexican, and Middle Eastern dishes. It has a bright, crisp flavor, and can liven up almost any dish. Unfortunately, it tends to wilt faster than you can use it, and it does not dry well, unlike some other herbs. Fortunately, it is possible to preserve cilantro, and make it last longer, by freezing it.
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18-12-2020, 18:40
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How to Make Dried Fruit
Dried fruit is a good source of nutrients and is filled with vitamins and minerals. It is also rich in natural sugar. You can dry a wide variety of fruits, including grapes (sultanas, currants and raisins), apples (sliced), apricots, pears, peaches, figs, dates, plums (prunes) and bananas. Dried fruit is a great way to keep summer's harvest feeding you through the winter season and it
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16-12-2020, 07:10
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Eggplant can be frozen if you intend to cook it after thawing it out. To freeze eggplant, you need to clean it, cut it into slices, and blanch it before placing it in the freezer. Alternatively, you can also freeze baked eggplant or slices of eggplant Parmesan. This article will guide you through the process for freezing eggplant, using each of these methods.
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16-12-2020, 06:30
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How to Preserve Figs Without Sugar
Since figs have such a short season, it's a great idea to preserve some for later. If you'd like to avoid the usual sugar syrups, boil whole figs and pack them in jars with hot water. You'll need to add bottled lemon juice and process the jars so they're safe for keeping. If you'd still like something sweet without the sugar, cook the figs down into a jam along with lemon zest and
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13-12-2020, 19:50
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How to Store Eggs
Eggs are an incredibly versatile ingredient, called for in everything from breakfast foods to birthday cakes. Those who cook with eggs frequently know how important it is to use them while they’re at their peak, but keeping unused eggs fresh can be a bit of a challenge. Whether your eggs have just come from the chicken or the grocery store, you’ll benefit from knowing the right way to
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9-12-2020, 07:00
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How to Freeze Broad Beans
Broad beans, also known as fava or faba beans, are edible members of the pea family. Freezing broad beans is quick and easy and gives you access to delicious beans at any time of the year! Blanching your broad beans will increase their lifespan in your freezer, but it's fine to skip the blanching part if you plan to use the frozen broad beans within 4-6 weeks.
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6-12-2020, 10:40
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How to Dry Foods
Food drying offers an alternative method of food preservation than canning or freezing food. The process involves extracting moisture from specific foods to prevent the formation of bacterial growth and other organisms that cause rot or decay. Drying works best when it occurs outdoors in an oven or in a food dehydrator. Vegetables, fruits, herbs, meats and fish can withstand the